|Author:||Denmark. Sovereign (1648-1670 : Frederick III)|
|Title:||The King of Denmark his declaration concerning the English merchants ships lying in Copenhagen.: Translated out of the Danish speech into English by Edvvard Smith, May 17. 1653.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The King of Denmark his declaration concerning the English merchants ships lying in Copenhagen.: Translated out of the Danish speech into English by Edvvard Smith, May 17. 1653.
Denmark. Sovereign (1648-1670 : Frederick III), Frederick King of Denmark and Norway, 1609-1670., Smith, Edward, fl. 1653.
[London]: Printed at Copenhagen, anno 1653. And re-printed at London for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes-head Alley, 1653.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Denmark
Denmark -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
THE King of Denmark HIS DECLARATION.
A Copy of the English Shippers Supplication to his Majesty of Denmark and Norway, Translated out of Engl.
To the High and Mighty King of Denmark and Norway, the VENDERS and GOTTERS King; The English Shippers, being now in Copenhaven, their humble Petition, Leter B.
A Copy of the Letter from the Admiral of the English Fleet to his Majesty, Translated out of English into Danish, Letter A.
A Resolution given to the Commander of the English Republique Fleet lying upon our Streams: Letter E.
The English Residents Proposition, delivered to those of the Kingdoms Councel, de∣puted to receive the same. Letter F.
A short Relation of what on the behalf of his Kingly Majesty of Denmark and Norway, was verbalit spoken to the English Republiques Parliaments Re∣sident, the honest and worshipful man Richard Bradshaw; and afterward at his request deli∣vered him in writing by us whose names are under-written, and out of Latin put into English. Letter G.
The English Parliaments Residents Answer to that Writing which in the name of His Kingly Majesty of Denmark and Norway those ho∣norable men Otte Krag and Henry Williamson Rosen∣wing sent him the last day of December, Anno 1652.
The Kings Majesty of Denmark and Norway his resolution delivered the English Parlia∣ments Resident, the Worshipfull Richard Bradshaw, unto that Proposition he verbally uttered, and in wri∣ting delivered, the 28. Decemb. 1652. Letter H.
Postscript to the Reader.